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36 Hours (1965)

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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })36 Hours is a 1965 World War II film directed by George Seaton and starring James Garner, Rod Taylor, and Eva Marie Saint. It was adapted from a short story by Roald Dahl.The film is set just before D-Day. The Germans drug and capture Major Jefferson Pike (Garner), an American intelligence officer on a mission to Lisbon. They know he was briefed on the planned time and place of the invasion. How to make him talk freely?When he wakes, he is told that he has lost all memory of the last six years. That's right, Major, it's 1950. Yes, of course the Allies won the war back in 1944. You are in a U.S. military hospital in Occupied Germany while we treat your most recent bout of amnesia. Now, as part of your therapy, tell us the last thing you remember...
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Affably Evil: Gerber, even after his scheme is revealed, he continues to be cordial towards Pike.
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All Germans Are Nazis
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All Germans Are Nazis: Averted. Gerber expresses distaste for the SS, was forced to help trick foreign agents into giving information with the amnesia ploy, then helps Pike and Hedler escape near the end. He tries to stop Schack when he's after them, but fails. Then there is the German smuggling ring who help people escape into Switzerland, one of whom roundly mocks Hitler. Hedler, naturally, is also no Nazi, having been sent to a concentration camp. The SS officer Schack is especially suspicious when Gerber's story of how the Allies won involves the German generals overthrowing Hitler with a coup, killing him, and the SS (along with its leader Himmler) then being purged, wondering acidly if it's "wish fulfillment" (the July 20th plotters actually tried this, but sadly it didn't work. This might suggest Gerber is one of them).
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Damn You, Muscle Memory! / int_482ff7b0
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